Ok...I'm confused...Wayne's getting all artistic on us and Virginia's featuring CraneWorks and walls full of iron doodads....did the earth flip on it's axis or something???
cela me fait penser a la machine dans le film de charlot "les temps modernes"
Virginia, This is cool !!!!!
Ah, the Industrial Revolution.
Love this wall, love these images.
These are some powerful shots! And I agree with Olivier! :-)
Olivier,Don't know this film but JM must! :)Chieftess,That is not good news.
"Modern times" by Charlie Chaplin: that's what Olivier meant!Same comment here.
Oooooo! Sprockets, valves, flannges!!!That's what I call art.
Oh, you're pandering to the boys.
Modern Times was a Charlie Chaplin film ... very old but go Google it
You might want to read the book, "Slavery by Another Name" by Douglas Blackmon. There's a lot in there about Birmingham and the steel business and how people were enslaved for many years after slavery was abolished. Very interesting.And your comment on Ocala was one of the more creative!
Love the patchwork quilt quality of the wheels and cogs and machinery pieces. It is very representational of the fabric of the city. You've got a great eye Virginia.
Steviewren, it's your city too. Thank you very much!
Put a frame around something and you see it differently. You can't help but appreciate the powerful aesthetic of these industrial pieces in your presentation. Especially like the first photo. Yet another lesson for me to savour.
I like the peach tones giving warmth to some usually cold material!
This is amazing.Sydney - City and Suburbs
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